Please Note: All session times for the AACR Virtual Conference: 14th AACR Conference on The Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved are U.S. Eastern Time (ET).
Attendee registration includes access to all sessions presented during the live October 6-8, 2021 program and to the on-demand recordings and poster presentations. On-demand materials will be available beginning October 29, 2021 through January 27, 2022.
Individuals wishing to attend the conference must register online. Registration will not be processed without full payment. All fees must be in U.S. currency, drawn on a U.S. bank. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are also accepted for payment.
AACR members must log into their member account when registering online to obtain the member rates (member dues must be paid through 2021 prior to registering). Online registrations will be confirmed by email immediately. Receipts can also be obtained online.
Please note: Registrants must log in to myAACR and go to “Events” to access the conference. The “Attend” button on the digital ticket will become enabled approximately 30 minutes before the start time.
Attendee registration includes admission to all sessions from October 6-8, 2021 and streaming access after the virtual meeting. All fees are listed in U.S. Dollars (USD) and are nonrefundable.
*Please update your myAACR profile to ensure the correct registration rate populates.
|Active (Academic, Government, and Not-for-Profit Institutions)||$349|
(Undergraduate and High School)
|Academic, Government and|
1 Nonmember pre/postdoctoral students must have their registrar, dean, or department head certify that they are enrolled at the university and working toward a degree or fellowship in a field related to cancer research.
2 If you are a non-member Patient Advocate registering for this conference, you must complete the advocate verification form. The AACR Survivor and Patient Advocacy Department will contact you for approval. Please email [email protected] with any questions.
The American Association for Cancer Research is a dynamic and vibrant organization that offers its members opportunities to participate more fully in the global search for the conquest of cancer. AACR members include those who conduct cancer research and related biomedical science, as well as health care professionals, cancer survivors and advocates, students, and others who support AACR’s mission to prevent and cure all cancers.
AACR members enjoy an array of exclusive benefits including significantly reduced registration rates for AACR conferences; reduced subscriptions to the AACR’s nine high-quality scientific journals; the privilege of sponsoring abstracts for AACR Annual Meetings; eligibility for various grants, awards, and other funding opportunities; networking and scientific exchange with leading researchers; the ability to join association groups like AACR-Minorities in Cancer Research (MICR); and more. The AACR is also eager to support the exchange of knowledge and research with investigators who are located in countries with emerging economies. Significantly reduced membership dues are available for these investigators.
AACR-MINORITIES IN CANCER RESEARCH (MICR)
Minorities in Cancer Research (MICR) – a membership group within the AACR – is working to increase the number, participation, visibility, and recognition of minority scientists in cancer research. Led by the MICR Council which acts as an advisory body to the AACR leadership on issues of concern to minority investigators, MICR develops various programs and activities in support of the professional development and career advancement of member investigators. Membership in MICR is available to all AACR members who are interested in joining. Learn more or email your questions.